New James Bond Film’s Release Pushed Back 7 Months Due to Coronavirus Threat

The producers of the James Bond movie franchise said Wednesday that the release of the latest 007 installment, No Time to Die, has been pushed back to November due to the ongoing coronavirus threat and its potential impact on both theatergoers’ health and box-office revenues. The film, which will mark Daniel Craig’s fifth and final turn as the suave spy, was originally scheduled to open in April.

As The New York Times notes, promotion for the planned spring release of No Time To Die was already well underway, with the title song, performed by the pop star Billie Eilish, released in February, and Craig slated to host Saturday Night Live this weekend.

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